Led by transportation equipment and food products, Atlanta's growth in exports to Africa far outpaces its growth in sales to any other region. 

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UPS CFO: Trans-Atlantic Trade Deal Would Benefit Skeptical Small Firms

by Phil Bolton | September 10, 2014 Suspicion remains high among small- to medium-sized companies when it comes to a sweeping free trade and investment agreement such as the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. More
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In Midst of U.S.-EU Trade Deal, Georgia Ranks Top 10 in Swedish-Supported Jobs

by Chris Freiberg | September 9, 2014 Amid negotiations between the United States and the European Union over a sweeping free trade agreement called the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, a recent report showcases Georgia’s strong economic ties with one longstanding European partner, Sweden. More
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Summit Foresees Future of Korea-U.S. FTA in 'Innovation Partnerships'

by Phil Bolton | September 4, 2014 For Korea-U.S. relations to strengthen further, more professional visas should be granted to Korean students graduating from American universities, Ghee-whan Kim, the minister for economic affairs at the Korean embassy in Washington, said in Atlanta Sept. 4. More
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Asia Tops Savannah Export Markets

by Trevor Williams | September 4, 2014 Savannah goods exports to Asia nearly tripled in the last five years to almost $2 billion, making that region the metro area’s most valuable export market, according to new data from the U.S. Commerce Department.  More
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New Data: Atlanta Ranks 18th Among Exporting Cities

by Trevor Williams | September 3, 2014 The Atlanta metro area achieved a record high $18.8 billion in exports in 2013, according to new data from the U.S. Commerce Department putting the Georgia capital at No. 18 among American metros overall. More